Hi l. Not sure if this is really an appearance in body question but this seems like the right place to ask. I built a sleeping platform in my XV. Going on a 2-3mo road trip. Anyway, It is constructed out of plywood and 2 by fours. I removed the styrofoam That was around the wheel well so I could sit the 2 rear legs of the platform on the body of the car. Problem is that when I go over a speedbump or something those rear legs go "cathank". I'll be doing some overlanding so that needs to stop. Someone in a non-car related forum suggested simply drilling holes in the frame of the car and using L brackets to affix the wood legs to the car itself. It seems like people on here are regularly drilling into the body of the car to do different modifications on here. Is there any problem with doing that? I guess I'm wondering about structural integrity/safety. I would be sending a total of 4 sheet metal screws thru the metal body of the car, secured with locking nuts from underneath. Arrow shows where abouts they will go.